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Old 27th July 2006, 18:40   #1
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WWW= wine women wills ,the best diet
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I seriously think that's a Beer!
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[quote=Hatari]james hunt after winning at watkins glen, 1977

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Wife ran away with Richard Burton and later ran away from him
He died leaving a nice Mercedes 450SEL jacked up as he could not afford to run it
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thats a Carling?.........
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bingo !
what a world they lived in
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Not to move away from the lightheartedness here but this is kinda interesting.

Taken from www.f1technical.net

Diet

Formula One drivers eat much like track and field athletes - carefully regulating their carbohydrate and protein intake. In the lead up to a big race they'll gorge on carbs - pasta and bread - for energy.
Immediately before the race and sometimes throughout, drivers absorb huge amounts of water. Failure to do so could bring on dehydration through sweating - the extreme heat found in a Formula One cockpit means drivers can sweat off up to 3 kg of their body weight during the course of a race.

http://www.f1technical.net/articles/1125
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